Topic: Digital responsibility

The digital transformation in all areas of life leads to ethical and legal issues when digital technologies are used for the common good, ranging from ensuring digital participation to data security.

Lecture series: Generative AI, Responsibility Gaps, and the Credit-Blame Asymmetry

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: The power of crowdsourcing

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: Living Labs and Regulatory Sandboxes: The politics of testing digital innovations at small scale

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: The Delusion of Scaling and the Democratization of Generative AI

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: Changing Media Content Creation Through Automation and AI

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: Trustworthy AI – An Oxymoron?

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: Self-Driving Cars: Are we there yet?

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Lecture series: AI’s Hippocratic Oath

This year’s public lecture series on digitalisation is specifically dedicated to the topic of digital sustainability.

Darknet

A darknet is an encrypted network based on protocols for encrypted communication. It serves as a platform for anonymous interactions and enables users to maintain their privacy online.